Originally Posted by Uno
No you don't. Take 2 pots. 1 that roughly fits into the other. Or, a pot and a metal bowl or baking dish that fits into the pot. Fill the pot with enough water to submerge the bottom inch of the smaller, pot, bowl, dish. Bring the water to a low boil. The boiling water melts the chocolate in the upper pot without burning it. work right out of the upper container while it stays in the hot water. add chocolate chunks as needed to melt. Easy peasy. Don't overheat or the chocolate will dry out. Don't get water in the chocolate or it will ruin it. If the chocolate starts to dry and harden as you work, empty it and melt some more.
YOU CAN DO IT!
Thanks, Uno! I have those items.
OK, "low boil." I mean, I know how to boil water, but I always just turn it on high like for noodles and stuff. Are you saying to turn it on medium and wait till it boils and keep it on medium?